Taking The Guesswork Out Of Wall Decor {Handmade Walls}

I don’t know about you, but decorating my walls is one of the most challenging decorating tasks for me. There are so many options and oftentimes I’m not quite sure where to start. Putting unnecessary holes in the wall isn’t ideal, so sometimes I just stare at my walls for weeks on end. Do you do that too?

My friends, Ashley and Jamin {also Bama peeps} have come to the rescue with their just published E-Book called Handmade Walls – 22 Inspiring Ideas On Bringing Your Walls To Life. My very first memory of The Handmade Home is the stunning aqua and white striped wall in Ashley and Jamin’s veranda. I love that space!

Here’s a peek inside Handmade Walls

Handmade Walls is a simple, inspiring, and realistically approachable springboard for making your home your own. Everything you see in this book was created with the hope that you’ll learn to shake off those fears and love your sanctuary as you create it. Just for you.

The photography is stunning and the projects are incredibly do-able. You know it’s amazing when The Nester endorses it! :)

Handmade Walls contains 22 projects, at over 250 pages chock-full of inspiration, creations, and plans for making it happen in your own homes. It’s a realistic, user-friendly, fun approach on creating beautiful handmade pieces for your spaces.

It’s available for $9.95 in a simple easy-to-use PDF format with an accessible and affordable approach for all. Just click, download, and read. It’s that simple, and if you have any questions, they’ll be there to help you.

Handmade Walls EBook
I’m immensely enjoying my copy of Handmade Walls and know that you will enjoy this new resource as well!

What is your favorite way to decorate your walls?

Happy Tuesday!

XO

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